King'S College Summer Accommodation
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In a rush, as Rob is waiting to go out. London is a stark contrast to Greece, but in good ways too. Except for the chilly weather.....brrrr! No more shorts!
Will pop a few photos on this. We have been walking the streets: Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, main areas on Tuesday 28 July.
Wednesday 29 July was the British Museum.
Today, we don't know what we are doing.......too ...
... through the doors.
The box was red; red carpet, red chairs, red drapes. As we stepped down to the ledge and looked out over the theater we noticed it was not just the box seats, the entire hall was red. Red paint, red seats, red curtains, red lights...it was absolutely gorgeous! Voice of Jupiter, the historic pipe organ, was being played, the organist dwarfed by the sheer size of the 9,999 pipes. The sound expertly bouncing off ...
... what’s the difference between a tourist and a terrorist?
Lucy’s bag is first. Mazie orders it opened. In go Mazies mitts – mauls around for a bit and comes up with nothing. Prods and pokes around again. Still nothing. Lets the bag pass. Score = pretty Girls 1 vs Mazie 0
Round 2 – Who owns this bag? demands Mazie. Lois is impatient, concerned at the time day and might be late. Lois puts her hand ...
... traffic. It is a big thing here. ------------ In The News - Central London has come to a standstill, as thousands of Australians and New Zealanders gathered at the Cenotaph to watch the Queen lay a wreath in remembrance of the Allied forces at Gallipoli 100 years ago. She was joined for the ceremony by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince William, UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband among other dignitaries. Dressed in a black overcoat, fedora hat ...
... working in Spain when I investigated the logistics of an Indian visa for a British national. 'You must apply to the High Commission in your home country' it said. So that ruled out a postal application as I used my passport on a weekly basis
I have asked myself on a number of occasions whether I should add a visit to the psychologist alongside my trip to the visa office and travel clinic but have, so ...